- An increase in the percentage of students receiving A's and B's on my Chapter/Unit Tests by an average of 5% over my 2010-2011 students (taught with a Traditional Classroom)
- A decrease in the percentage of students receiving F's on my Chapter/Unit Tests by an average of 5% less my 2010-2011 students (taught with a Traditional Classroom)
- An overall class average increase of 5% over my 2010-2011 students on each individual Chapter/Unit Test
- A decrease the number of homework cards students receive by 20% for the entire semester. (1st semester - 219, 230, 206 = 655 HW cards in 3 Algebra 1 classes; 113, 156 = 269 HW cards in 2 Math Analysis classes)
- A consistent decrease in the number of homework cards students receive each week as we continue through the flipped classroom model.
- Interact with every student (ALL of them) on a daily basis in at least a short math-related conversation.
- Be able to more easily and readily assess student mastery of the content on a daily basis and provide the immediate support they need to succeed.